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of the top minds in the retail industry gives a glimpse of what is ahead. a copier. >>> lisa fletcher joins with what is coming up on "the stream." lisa, we hear about legalizing drugs, but it is usually different in different states. >> that's right. and tonight we're breaking it down asking if american's opinions are changing as much as advocates indicate. >> that's going to be interesting. don't miss "the stream" right after "real money." >>> the price of a bitcoin spiked above $1,000, as zinga announced it is going to accept the currency. so now you can use fake money to buy fake stuff from video games. bitcoins are not regulated by any banking authority. the value of one bitcoin topped a thousand, but then the rally stalled after china began limbing its use. >>> the world of retail is transforming fast. the forces of change now include shifting consumer habits and new technology. lynn is the original guru. and is the chief operating officer of limited brands. he joins us from harvard business school where he is now working. lynn good to see you. >> great to be with you, aly. >> people
product for 2014. that story and more on "real money." >>> lisa fletcher joins us with what is coming up on "the stream," and you are talking about proposed laws that could make environmental protests terrorism. >> that's right. oregon is considering bills that punish non-violent protests with $25,000 fines and years in prison. it could have a chilling effect on all sorts of activism. >> all right. "the stream" right after "real money." >>> a new revelation is invading though consumer world, it's called wearable technology, and has companies literally competing for space on your body, from smart watches like these, to smart glasses, smart bras, and even smart socks. bill wasik is the senior editor at "wired" magazine, who says sales could take off faster than the smart phone. bill what are you seeing in consumer appetite for these new devices and profitability for the companies that make them? >> in 2013 it was really fitness trackers that took off. you had big companies like nike and adidas, little companies like jawbone and fit bit making these little devices that track what you are do
department books? it involves you the fan. that's next on "real money." >> lisa fletcher is here with what is coming up on "the stream" . often in college sports what is lost is preparation for the real word. >> in the 98% who don't go pro feel unprepared for real life. we'll talk about how choices are made under the shadow of powerful messages from the schools and coaches. >> don't miss "the stream" right after "real money." >> during the seven-year period between 5 and 2012 spending on college football programs have more than doubled. schools have spent $20 million on their programs with alabam alabama 2011 and 2012 national championship leading in $41 million in expenses. the biggest driver in that spending the head coach's salary that average $2 million a year. universities are literal by betting millions on coaches and assistants and support staff in the hopes of producing a football powerhouse, and what does that winning mean to an university's bottom line? the fight for the fight an for e soul of college football" auth author. >> the costs are intangible because the top 30 programs
the conversation online @ajamstream. >>> hi, i'm lisa fletcher, and you are in "the stream." no question olympic hopefuls endure years of gruelling training, but behind the scenes many say they are suffering abuse at the hands of their coaches. we discuss the dark side to the olympics. ♪ >>> omar is in tonight as digital producer. we'll be bringing in all of your live questions and comments throughout the show. i think there is a tendency and to look at the
right here. the inquiry had recommended better rail maintenance and >> lisa fletcher is here with what is coming up on the stream. it's been four years since the haiti earthquake. billions of dollars in aid went somewhere, but if you ask the haitians, they were not the ben factors. >> this screams the aid is unavailable. and how to make sure that your donations count. >> another great episode after a great week of the stream.right after "real money." >> well, if you love that new car smell there is only one place in the world to be next week. the motor city. we're counting down to the detroit auto show. american car makers earn the right to show off this year with big sales under the hood. i'll be bringing you the show live from the floor of the cobo convention center on monday. let's go for a preview. mark, the auto critic for the detroit free press which is the place you want to be. mark, there are years in the last decades where i would have been interviewing a guy like you on the friday before the auto show, and there would not have been a smile on your face. there were dark years
that and more as "real money" continues. >> lisa fletcher with what is coming up on "the stream" . a number of books challenge or banned across the united states last year. >> right, we're looking at the why and the select actual freedom and community values. >> i want my kids exposed to the braddest range available, but some people want more of a voice of what their kids read. >> that's a critical part of the discussion. introducing literature responsebly, freedom and the standards of the community. >> that's right after "real money." >> manufacturers in new york state say business conditions this month are the britney spears they've seen in more than a year. factories are getting more new orders and shipping more goods. manufacturing recovery is important ingredient in the recovering economy. and president obama announced the creation of a high tech manufacturing institute in north carolina. the idea is to boost job creation by establishing hubs where universities and businesses develop a new generation of manufacturing technology. think robots. robots are part of the business that makes
companies and create american jobs. that and more on "real money." keep it right here. >> lisa fletcher with had a is coming up on "the stream" . glen greenwald on your program tonight. >> that's right. we're going talk to glen a lot. >> that is a must-see episode of "the stream".headed our way after real money. a. >> will new york city the big apple, america's financial capitol be the nation ace next big technology hub? some influential people are betting yes. mayor bloomberg assigned a piece of land between manhattan and queens to cornell tech, a program dedicated to reinventing graduate level education. it's curriculum connects business skills with technical skills which is crucial in a modern world where tech is part of all industries. only eight opportunities were enrolled when the program launches. joining me now, th good to see . >> yes, the big apple is going to become the tech center. >> the fact is like all industries those jobs are coming back. how did this discussion come up and how did it end? >> this is a brain child of mayor bloomberg and his team looking for a new talent
. real reporting from around the world. this is what we do. al jazeera america. >>> lisa fletcher joins us now with what is next on "the stream." people never want their money wasted especially true when we're in a tough economy in >> yes, and case in point tonight. just outside of baton rouge, moving to start their own city and school district. >> and the rest of baton rouge is not happy about it. >> yeah, not so much, but it raises a larger issue of what happens when people become disenchanted with local government and low-performing schools. >>> lake tahoe is one of northern california's most popular and lucrative tourist destinations. but a record drought is drying up business for resorts like sierra at tahoe on the southern of the lake. typically in a full season ending in april, they get about 480 inches of snow. lack of snow has hit the resort hard. it has seen a 50% decline in business this year. john rice is general manager at sierra-at-tahoe, and joins us now from the resort in twin bridges, california. john thanks for being with us. how is your staff getting creative? i under
and they are the >> lisa fletcher is here now with what is ahead on the stream. we have the new fly list and the first person who managed to get herself off of it. >> it took only eight years and $3.8 million. her case may open the door to transparency of who is on the list and how you get there. >> wasn't ted kennedy on the list at one time? >> yes, and infants and nelson mandela. we'll look at how there are fewer of them while protecting american interests. >> that's "the stream" right after "real money." >> the international monetary fund has just delivered a new positive outlook on the global economy. now predicting growth of 3.7% up from 3% in 2013. the group said the united states is seeing increasingly solid gains and can expect the economy to throw a percentage point more than last year. but the imf is warning deflation when the prices of goods and assets are falling could put the global recovery at risk. risk to the global economy are our key focus to the business and political leaders gather in switzerland for the annual meeting for the world economic forum. ali velshi is with them and has
" continues. >> lisa fletcher is here on the stream. the difficulty americans have talking about death and dying and how social media is changing that. >> david, our guests are amazing. some documenting these journeys of terminal illness and others going through it. you would think this would be depressing but these people are living life and encouraging others to do the same. >> don't miss the stream right after "real money." >> according to a new report by the u.s. conference of mayors all 363 metropolitan areas in the united states in 2014 are now predicting growth. that would be dramatic. one of the cities anticipating an economic surge is kokomo, indiana, the hoosier state 13th largest city suffered a lot during the financial crisis. joining from indianapolis, greg, what has been the key to fueling the turn around in kokomo? >> well, we think it's a compilation of a lot of different things. the cities that are doing the right things are seeing an insurge of people moving to their communities. we have changed the way we operate. we've become more efficient. we've benefited from a f
>> >>> lisa fletcher joins us now with what is coming up on "the stream." what do you have for us tonight? >> we're going to be talking about al-qaeda and how it has evolved. al-qaeda-affiliated groups are gaining ground. >> sounds like an important discussion. don't miss "the stream" right after "real money." >>> the bitterly cold weather across the midwest and east continues to heat up the price of natural gas. prices of the comedy used to heat more than half of u.s. homes rise to the highest prices since june of 2011. and there may not be much relief in site. the cold snap could last through february 1st. >>> new signs of a slowdown in the housing recovery's momentum, home prices saw their smallest monthly gain in nearly a year. and sales of existing homes slowed down as well. extreme weather could effect real estate and the company ebb even further according to carl riccadonna who joins us now. explain the impact, carl. >> well, we saw it in the december employment report. there was a big weather dampening effect, no pun intenninged, and we see it in home sales as well. sales volumes
a business repairing cell phone screens. have a great week, everybody. >> hi, i'm lisa fletcher and you're in "the stream." america's greece, $87 billion in debt of the what went wrong in and is federal bailout the answer? >> our producer, raja is here, and raj, a lot of people are surprised about this enormous economic crisis in puerto rico, and how it's affects are affecting the u.s. >> reporter: our
of the of -hyped smart glasses. >> lisa fletcher joins me now with what's on "the stream." you're talking about sex trafficking on major sports event. we hear the stories about this every year, and i have to wonder if it's fact or fiction. >> that's what we're going to try to figure out. ali. no doubt it's a concern, but is it blown out of proportion for politicians and athletes? >> don't miss it after "real money." >> amazon delivered a 20% jump in sales during the final months of 2013, but that increase was far less than analysts had predicted. fueling high expectations when it announced last month that the amazon prime service had a record service in the third week of december. it costs 79 bucksa year to get free shipping. and they will consider raising the price by 20 to $40 because of the fuel and shipping costs. and it's all clicking for google. the company reported it's best sales in years during the final months of 2014, thanks to a 30% rise and the number of times that people click on search ads. the profits were a little week, because the amount of time fell year over years. google's
hustle" picked up best comedy, actress and best supporting actress. those are the headlines. >> i'm lisa fletcher and you are in the it stream. no question olympic hopefuls endure gruelling training. many say they are enduring psychological and sexual abuse at the hands of their coaches. we discuss the dark side of the road to the olympics.
for updates throughout the day head on over to www.aljazeera.com. >> hi, i'm lisa fletcher and you're in the stream. only a tiny fraction of those in college sports going pro are colleges setting up student-athletes to fail in the real world? >> waj is here, and he's bringing all of your live feedback, we'll bring out as much as possible. we've been tweeting about this all day and many people say it's the student-athlete's responsibility to determine their destiny, but many say they feel sorry for these young men and women. >> their dividing line is personal responsibility and people feeling empathy saying they're kids, young adults. we have jamie, for anyone, athlete or not, college is what you make of it. you get out of it what you put into it. and on our facebook page,: >> finally on google plus: >> yeah, not that i've ever had that option but many kids feel their careers are that limited. less than 2% of college players sign those contracts and become professional athletes. for many who don't make the cut adjusting to life after sports is challenging to say the least. there is
news at the top of every hour. thanks for watching. >>> hi i'm lisa fletcher, and you are in "the stream." was the time fit the crime when it comes to drugs? we look at changing policies versus sentencing realities. ♪ >>> digital producer, wajahat ali is here, bringing in all of your feedback during the show. when we talk about policies there is always confuse between the difference between decriminalization and legalness, so i'm tapping into your formal attorney-ness. >> yes. our community is looking at this. and a lot of people are saying with marijuana specifically maybe you should legalize it, since it is a, quote unquote, victimless crime. and the debate on the war on drugs including our third host and speaking about opinions, plenty on them in our community. >> so we'll work on separating the fact from the fiction over the next 30 minutes. colorado is the first state to legalize the recreational use of american. washington is right on its heels. but one state's freedom is a states. and while the feds can choose to honor some of these state laws, they don't have to, leaving
-protesters are clashing with police. we'll continue to bring you the latest on this ongoing situation. >> hi, i'm lisa fletcher, and you are in "the stream", social media is transforming what we share about life. what about death? is how we are discussing dying changing - one tweet at a time? [ ♪ music ] >> bringing in the community throughout the program is our digital desk. when we put the top i can out there, of death, we saw how it resson stated with people. >> yes, we were flooded with tweets and personal stories. i'll share a few. we are tweeting about memories, birth, showing photos of our kids. death is the inevitable cycle of life. people are sharing and roger is poetic saying: >> and a story: >> we got this one from betty who was suffering from cancer: >> so what about you, if you had a terminal illness, would you open up about it online? >> i thought about it. i think i would. in this day and age, you and i share so much much our lives with the online community, death - i probably would want to share it to not feel alone and isolated. and maybe to tabling to the community about that. >>
cases where formal education isn't feasible because of >> lisa fletcher is here with a look at what is coming up on "the stream" . we're looking at online gambling. >> three states allow it, and many more are considering it, not surprisingly. there has been a move in congress to make things uniform and legalize it across the boa board. >> also not surprisingly there are some people who made a lot of money because gambling isn't available everywhere. i heard that sheldon adelson is starting a campaign against this. >> oh, yes. we'll cover all of this. >> that's right after "real money." >> there was only one 3d printing company. this year for the first time in the show's history, 46-year history, separate and sizable space is devoted to the sow called third dimension showcasing nine exhibiters and their product. jake ward visited the 3d printing tech zone and joins us from las vegas with some of the highlights. a.j. good to see you. what did you see at the 3d printing tech zone? >> you know, the amazing thing about this show, ali, as you mentioned is the explosion of 3d printing. it
stream", lisa fletcher is here with us tonight. greenwald is sitting on thousands if not tens of thousands of documents stolen from the n.s.a. government by edward snowden, who is in russia. plenty are calling from clementsy, but america is divided as to whether he's a whisle blower. >> i raised this idea that edward snowden could have held the nation's security in his hands, in the four laptops he allegedly has with him carrying the documents. greenwald's response is if you are going to be mad, be mad at the newspapers that publish the information, not the guy that stole that. >> the people that published it was "the washington post." >> he was in control of the information and handed it to journalists. he is culpable. >> when he handed it over to journalists he said, "i'm providing you with a lot of information much needs to be published, much is what you need to read so you understand how the system works, but not to be published. i'm trusting you as responsible journalists to vet the material and make joyses -- choice." is it >> sounds like greenwald is putting it on the
>>> hi, i'm lisa fletcher, and you are in "the stream." we'll look at why non-violent protests could lead to historically harsh punishment. ♪ >>> our digital producer, wajahat ali is here, bringing in all of your live feedback through the show. today we're taking an interesting look at what non-violent protesters are up against. >> yes, and using the hashtag, our community has been tweeting in . . . >> yeah, that term gets thrown around a lot on both sides. protesting for a green planet could land you in jail. issues like frac-ing have brought protesters out in droves. at times resulting in arrested. robert f kennedy, jr. is a environmental lawyer, who himself has been arrested. >> when you have no recourse, we not only have the right but the duty to break the law to show our discontent and put political pressure on the president. >> however, a banner held by anti-frac-ing protesters in oklahoma have some concerned they are being unfairly targeted. oregon is now allowing contractors to sue for disruptive and costly protest activity. when does the activism cross the line? join
'm lisa fletcher, and you are in "the stream." we'll look at why non-violent protests could lead to historically harsh punishment. ♪ >>> our digital producer, wajahat ali is here, bringing in all of your live feedback through the show. today we're taking an interesting look at what against.
up next. for updates throughout the day head on over to www.aljazeera.com. >> hi, i'm lisa fletcher and you're in the stream. only a tiny fraction of those in college sports going pro are colleges setting up student-athletes to fail in the real world? >> waj is here, and he's bringing all of your live feedback, we'll bring out as much as possible. we've been tweeting about this
on the website, aljazeera.com. get the latest on all the stories. >>> hi, i'm lisa fletcher, and you are in "the stream." we'll look at why non-violent protests could lead to historically harsh punishment. ♪ >>> our digital producer, wajahat ali is here, bringing in
'm stephanie sy, and we have news at the top of every hour. thanks for watching. >>> hi i'm lisa fletcher, and you are in "the stream." was the time fit the crime when it comes to drugs? we look at changing policies versus sentencing realities. ♪ >>> digital producer, wajahat ali is here, bringing in all of your feedback during the show. when we talk about policies there is always confuse between the difference between decriminalization and legalness, so i'm tapping into your formal
'm lisa fletcher and you're in "the stream." sex, scandals and politics. 15 years after bill clinton's impeachment trial, are americans more willing to give cheating polices a second chance? our producer, raj is here. and looking at the comments so far, it's
>> hi, i'm lisa fletcher and you're in "the stream." sex, scandals and politics. 15 years after bill clinton's impeachment trial, are americans more willing to give cheating polices a second chance? our producer, raj is here. and looking at the comments so far, it's interesting, no one has talked about this topic. >> we have introduced marijuana and today, sex scandals, i think that we had the salaciousness covered for this week. and speaking of that, we have pastor joel, one of our favorites, and he tweets in, our leaders are a reflection of us. when we see their morality, we're looking in the mirror. and on facebook: and a lot of people thought that. >> yeah, a lot of people say that what you do behind the scenes may have a proclivity of what you do in public. clinton's impeachment trial was definitely, for the first time, a president's sex life was out in the open for everyone to judge, and since then, knowledge of sex scandals has increased dramatically, making it easier to spread the dirty details. americans never seem to fire of the stories, but does the public hold polit
of every hour. thanks for watching. >> hi, i'm lisa fletcher and you're in "the stream." sex, scandals and politics. 15 years after bill clinton's impeachment trial, are americans more willing to give cheating polices a second chance? our producer, raj is here. and looking at the comments so far, it's interesting, no one has talked about this topic.
>>> hi, i'm lisa fletcher, and you in the "stream." online gambling is now legal in some states. we ask if online gambling is a bet worth making. ♪ >>> wajahat ali is off tonight, taking the rains is our i digital producer. glad to have you here to do this >> always fun. >> when we start talking about online gambling, there is a big divide in responses. >> yes, we have some responses here . . . of course for those of you at home, we want you to be part of this conversation, to tweet us using the hashtag, aj the stream. >> americans are logging on to place their bets, spending more than $2.5 billion on illegal offshore gambling just in 2012. analysts at morgan stanley predict this kind of gambling will generate close to $10 billion by the end of the decade. a justice department ruling cleared the way for online gambling at the state level but not nationally. some are calling on the federal government to lift its ban, seeing it as a way to create consistency. so far flee pro online gaming bills have been introduced in congress, but not everyone wants to see those bills become law. >
for watching. >>> hi, i'm lisa fletcher, and you in the "stream." online gambling is now legal in some states. we ask if online gambling is a bet worth making. ♪ >>> wajahat ali is off tonight, taking the rains is our i digital producer. glad to have you here to do this >> always fun. >> when we start talking about
>>> hi, i'm lisa fletcher, and you are in "the stream." no question olympic hopefuls endure years of gruelling training, but behind the scenes many say they are suffering abuse at the hands of their coaches. we discuss the dark side to the olympics. ♪ >>> omar is in tonight as digital producer. we'll be bringing in all of your live questions and comments throughout the show. i think there is a tendency and to look at the olympic environment and think it is very structured disciplined and very safe, and there are a number of athletes saying it is not. >> absolutely. here on my screen jonathan says . . . of course for those of you at home we want to be part of the conversation to be sure to tweet in using the hashtag you see on your screen now. >> some athletes say physical, psychological and sexual abuse are part of the equation. elite athletes are coming forward with allegations. just a little over a year ago 19 speed skaters, including five olympic medalists filed complaints. a few national gof earning bodies have stepped up to declare zero tolerance for such behavior, but some
continues 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. ♪ >>> hi, i'm lisa fletcher, and you are in "the stream." no question olympic hopefuls endure years of gruelling training, but behind the scenes many say they are suffering abuse at the hands of their coaches. olympics. ♪ >>> omar is in tonight as digital producer. we'll be bringing in all of your live questions and comments throughout the show. i think there is a tendency and to look at the olympic environment
>> hi, i'm lisa fletcher and you're in "the stream." billions in unpricable donations, and cholera. we talk to haitians after the earthquake that devastated their country. >> my colleague, and typically behind the scenes guru, omar is with me. >> nice to do that. >> our community is keen to the fact that all of this money has been donated, but there's not a good paper trail as to how it has been sent. >> there is, and nobody knows where this money went. we have a lot of people weigh in in the community: >> we want to know what you think. and so go to the hashtag that you see on the screen right now. >> just how far has haiti come since the earthquake four years ago? 84,000 people still live in makeshift shelters, ie tents, and this makes their extremely has cuss conditions, and they face expulsion. many are sickened by cholera, which they believe has been caused by un workers. though the u.s. has pledged $1.5 billion in aid, the vast majority of that money went straight to u.s. companies and organizations. only 1% went directly to haitian groups. and also a lack of transparency
'm lisa fletcher and you are in the it stream. no question olympic hopefuls endure gruelling training. many say they are enduring psychological and sexual abuse at the hands of their coaches. we discuss the dark side of the road to the olympics. >> our digital producer will bring in your questions. omar, that's a tendency to look at the olympic environment and think it's structured, disciplined and safe, and a number of athletes say it's anything but. >> a lot of thoughts about the relationship, what qualifies as abusive behaviour. jonathan says a coach's job is to maximise performance. jennifer says: >> of course, for those of you at home, we want you to be part of the conversation. tweet in using the hash tag on the screen. >> going for gold comes with sacrifices. physical, psychological and sexual abuse are part of the equation. from speed scakating to judo athletes are coming forward. 19 speed skaters filed complaints, citing coaches hitting athletes, throwing chairs and bottles, and berating a skater for being fat. a few bodies, like swimming, stepped up and has zero tolerance. s
be told. >>> hi, i'm lisa fletcher and you are in the stream. the military is ramping up to open combat jobs to women in 2016, but after 55% of female recruits failed the pull-up test, are they ready for the physical demands of combat? ♪ >>> our ding -- digital producer is here tonight. it's so good to have you. >>
>>> hi, i'm lisa fletcher and you are in the stream. the military is ramping up to open combat jobs to women in 2016, but after 55% of female recruits failed the pull-up test, are they ready for the physical demands of combat? ♪ >>> our ding -- digital producer is here tonight. it's so good to have you. >> it's so good to be here. >> man, twitter is exploding. >> it is one of our more extreme active computeties tonight. >> and that says a lot. >> people are talking about it. and we our first ajam "stream" -- ed a ver tiesment . . . so community keep tweeting at us. it's a very active topic. >> it is indeed. women make up 14% of the active duty military, but until recently they weren't allowed to work in ground combat jobs. but leon panetta lifted that ban, and put a deadline to open all jobs or prove why women are unfit. >> i think it's a great thing. i think it's a step forward to more equal opportunity for women. >> i thinkment some females should be allowed in combat. i don't feel it is for every female. >> they should be able to do everything exactly to what the guys have to
. "the stream" is next, and check us out 24 hours aday by going to aljazeera.com. >>> hi i'm lisa fletcher and you are in the "the stream." after 55% of female recruits in marine boot camps failed the pull-up test, are women ready for the physical demands of combat? ♪ >>> our digital producer julio is here tonight. >> i like that. >> thank you. is filling in tonight. and man, twitter is exploding
"the stream" is next, and check us out 24 hours aday by going to aljazeera.com. >>> hi i'm lisa fletcher and you are in the "the stream." after 55% of female recruits in marine boot camps failed the pull-up test, are women ready for the physical demands of combat? ♪ >>> our digital producer julio is here tonight. >> i like that. >> thank you. is filling in tonight. and man, twitter is exploding tonight. >> it is one of our more extreme active communities that we have had in a long time. >> and that says a lot, because we have an active community. >> we have a active community. and we have our first ajamb stream promo from angel . . . >> so community keep tweeting at us at hashtag ajamstream. >> women make up 14% of the active duty military, but until recently they weren't allowed to work in ground combat jobs, but a decision by leon panetta lifted that ban, and put a deadline of january 1st, 2016, to open all of the jobs or prove why women aren't fit. >> i think it's a great thing. i think it's a step forward to more equal opportunity for women. >> i think some females should
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